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Kate to highlight Children’s Mental Health Week with school visits

08 February 2019

The Duchess of Cambridge rocked up to a primary school in London this morning to mark Children's Mental Health Week in the UK.

The youngsters had been asked to share objects that represented something that made them feel good. "Do you want to see it?" she asked before she revealed a photograph of her family - the official Cambridge Family portrait used on their Christmas card previous year.

Kate, in a £2 100 (about R36 000) green Eponine dress with LK Bennett boots, continued: "This is a photograph of my family".

"We like playing outside together and spending lots of time together as a family and that makes me feel happy".

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"I am very pleased that because of our strong financial management, Labour-led MK Council is able to propose extra funding to help improve access to mental health services for children in MK. We know from Place2Be's work in schools across the United Kingdom the importance of working not only with children and young people, but in partnership with teachers, parents, and the wider community to promote mental health and life-long resilience".

The Duchess of Cambridge revealed that Princess Charlotte is a big fan of olives and that she often cooks with her daughter and eldest son, Prince George.

"She's is certain to brighten these children's day!"

The duchess also visitede Lavender Primary School in Enfield, north London, to watch pupils taking part in the school's Daily Mile challenge, which teaches children about the importance of being active.

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The move was welcomed by children's charities which said children were struggling to get grips with the modern world, while being "bombarded by social media".

While a third person said, "I don't like her dress today... looks like a green monster with [eyes]".

In an effort to support the mental health and well being of kids, the United Kingdom government has launched a new trial for schools where kids would be encouraged to practise mindfulness exercises. The royal was introduced to the woman named as the world's best teacher, Andria Zafirakou.

The funding announcement made by Fleming and Darcy was made at the second annual Ministry of Education school community mental health conference in Vancouver, which is being held February 4-5.

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Kate to highlight Children’s Mental Health Week with school visits